The billionaire egos behind Comcast’s bid for Sky


The billionaire egos behind Comcast's bid for Sky By Brian Stelter February Is Brian Roberts getting his revenge? The Comcast CEO just announced a $31 billion bid for the British broadcaster Sky, directly challenging two of his fellow media moguls, Rupert Murdoch and Bob Iger. The move comes just a few months after Murdoch spurned … Continue reading The billionaire egos behind Comcast’s bid for Sky

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Media captionKing Salman: "We will never deviate from our constitution" King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud acceded to the Saudi throne on the death of his half-brother, King Abdullah. He was governor of Riyadh province for 48 years before becoming defence minister in 2011 and crown prince a year later. Aged 79 when he came to … Continue reading SAUDI TALK https://wordpress.com/people/team/ogaziestheory.wordpress.com

NIGERIA TO LIBYA- ITALY (Exclusive report) By Nima Elbagir, with Lillian Leposo and Hassan John cnn as the souce


Exclusive report ‘Don’t struggle if you’re raped’ People smuggler gives chilling warning to undercover By Nima Elbagir, with Lillian Leposo and Hassan John Leposo and Hassan JohnBy Nima Elbagir Leposo and Hassan John By Nima Elbagir Leposo and Hassan John Edo State, Nigeria (CNN)In a lurid pink hotel room in Edo State, southern Nigeria, a … Continue reading NIGERIA TO LIBYA- ITALY (Exclusive report) By Nima Elbagir, with Lillian Leposo and Hassan John cnn as the souce

REPEATED NEWS Chinese billionaire investor wants its electric car technology By Daniel Shane February 27 2018:


Daimler's Chinese billionaire investor wants its electric car technology By Daniel Shane February 27, 2018: One of the richest men in China has made a big bet on an icon of Europe's automotive industry. Li Shufu, the billionaire chairman of Chinese car maker Geely (GELYF), invested about $9 billion buying a stake of almost 10% … Continue reading REPEATED NEWS Chinese billionaire investor wants its electric car technology By Daniel Shane February 27 2018:

Pulling Back The Covers Behind Elon Musk’s Space Ventures – The Most Crazy Idea Yet By: James Adams


Pulling Back The Covers Behind Elon Musk's Space Ventures - The Most Crazy Idea Yet By: James Adams It's no secret that Elon Musk is making huge headway into space travel, made even more impressive by the fact that he's funding most of it himself. But recently, a new possibility has arisen. According to Morgan … Continue reading Pulling Back The Covers Behind Elon Musk’s Space Ventures – The Most Crazy Idea Yet By: James Adams

Rise of the (vending) machines: Singapore takes convenience to next level Amy Russell, CNN • Updated 27th February 2018


VIDEO Rise of the (vending) machines: Singapore takes convenience to next level Amy Russell, CNN • Updated 27th February 2018 FacebookTwitterEmail (CNN) — Weird and wacky vending machines have long been part of Japan's innovative culture -- from healthy lettuce (yes, just lettuce) and bananas, to the more indulgent draft beer dispenser. In Germany, there's … Continue reading Rise of the (vending) machines: Singapore takes convenience to next level Amy Russell, CNN • Updated 27th February 2018

death becomes ‘The Walking Dead’ By Brian Lowry, CNN Updated February 26, 2018


death becomes 'The Walking Dead' By Brian Lowry, CNN Updated February 26, 2018 Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes - The Walking Dead _ Season 8, Episode 9 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC (CNN)The following contains spoilers about "The Walking Dead's" Feb. 25 midseason premiere. "The Walking Dead" has been an ambling shadow of itself, at … Continue reading death becomes ‘The Walking Dead’ By Brian Lowry, CNN Updated February 26, 2018

community Fear in Banda Aceh on Decmber 27, 2017. Fear and horror among Indonesia’s LGBT community as gay sex ban looms By Ben Westcott, CNN UPDATED February 26, 2018 (CNN) When Ael left home to go to school in Jakarta, his parents warned him to be careful in the big city. “Be a kind person,” his mother told him. He worked hard and found a good job as a teacher in the sprawling Indonesian capital, but seven years later the 23-year-old is fearful for his future as a young gay man in a country which increasingly views homosexuality as a sin and, potentially soon, a crime. “Many people don’t like us … they don’t like us being more visible, so they are preparing laws that can criminalize us,” Ael, who asked for his surname to not be used, told CNN. Within weeks, lawmakers could voteon a new law that looks set to criminalize sex outside of marriage and homosexual sex in Indonesia, as part of wide-reaching changes to the country’s criminal code. “If the penal code is approved, I don’t know our future in Indonesia,” Ael said. It is just the latest move in a widespread crackdown on Indonesia’s gay and lesbian community since 2015, which has shocked and horrified the country’s LGBT population. Indonesia is the world’s largest Muslim-majority country, home to hundreds of millions of followers of the Islamic faith, but until recently it was relatively tolerant, if not exactly accepting, of its LGBT population. But in the last decade a conservative strain of Islam, quietly tolerated by presidents past and present, has gained sway, with conservative Muslim leaders and groups intimidating lawmakers, holding mass rallies in Jakarta and targeting prominent Christian and LGBT minorities. “(Recently) when LGBT Indonesians open our social media, quickly we find there are lots of people speaking hatefully about us,” Ael said. “As a gay person and a young person in Indonesia this issue has actually become dangerous for us.” The local LGBT community isn’t alone in worrying about the developments. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said at a press conference in Jakarta on February 7he was “greatly concerned” about the proposed revisions of the penal code. He said the proposed amendments were “discriminatory” and appeared to be planned for “cynical political purposes.”  Muslim protesters pray as they burn an effigy during an anti-LGBT rally in Banda Aceh, Friday, February 2. ‘Indonesian values and culture’ In one of the latest drafts of the bill seen by CNN, committing an “obscene act” with someone of the same gender is punishable by a fine and up to 18 months in jail, if the act is public. It doesn’t detail what could constitute an obscene act. If the acts are “publicized in the form of pornography,” the sentence could be up to nine years. Activists had breathed a sigh of relief in December 2017, when Indonesia’s Constitutional Court narrowly voted down a call for the criminalization of LGBT relations brought by a group of conservative Muslims. But the court’s decision now appears to have only been a temporary reprieve. Indonesia’s LGBT crackdown JANUARY 2016 Indonesian politicians and ministers begin making public comments attacking LGBT people FEBRUARY 2016 Defense Minister says LGBT rights are more dangerous than “nuclear war” FEBRUARY 2017 Mental Health Director at Ministry of Health says LGBT people have “psychiatric disorders” APRIL 2017 Jakarta governor Ahok loses election to Muslim opponent, amid mass protests by religious conservatives MAY 2017 141 men arrested at alleged sex party in Jakarta under pornography laws MAY 2017 Two young gay men caned 83 times in Aceh for homosexual sex DECEMBER 2017 Indonesia’s Constitutional Court narrowly rejects application by Muslim group to criminalize same-sex relations JANUARY 2018 Twelve Indonesian transgender women shaved, stripped in raidon salons in Aceh Sources: CNN, Human Rights Watch, Tempo No date has been set for the vote on the new criminal code, but a conservative lawmaker told CNN strict new restrictions against same sex-relations and extramarital sex will be included, no matter what. “Basically all factions in the Parliament agree on the expansion of extra-marital sex articles and the inclusion of certain deviating acts of LGBT,” said Arsul Sani, a politician with the conservative Islamic United Development Party (PPP). Sani, who has a seat on the influential law and human rights panel that will approve the draft criminal code, said criminalizing sex outside marriage and same-sex relations will bring Indonesia’s outdated criminal code in line with the rest of the country’s “religious values.” “Those who oppose (the law) base their perspectives on Western cultures and values, whilst we propose this new criminal code upon Indonesian indigenous values and culture,” he said. While many conservative Islamic Indonesian politicians would like same-sex relations to be banned entirely, the existence of large, secular majority parties could lead to the compromise of seeing it only outlawed “in public.” Sani’s fellow panel member Ichsan Soelistio, lawmaker with the secular Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP), said while it was true there was majority support for the new criminal code, full criminalization of same-sex relations is out of the question. “We (will) still protect their private lives, including their sex life, as long as they don’t do it in a public area,” he told CNN. Soelistio said the law couldn’t reach into people’s private lives if there was no complaints from the parties involved. “This will go to a vote maybe around one or two months after our recess, which ends on March 4 … I believe (the new code) will be good for Indonesia,” he said. Despite its widely held Muslim beliefs, Indonesia’s population didn’t always openly discriminate against LGBT people. “Indonesia has a long history of tolerance towards queer communities. It’s always been described as one of the most tolerant countries in Southeast Asia to its queer population,” Tim Lindsey, director of the Center for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society at the University of Melbourne, told CNN. But a recent poll by Saiful Mujani Research and Consulting released in January found 87.6% of Indonesians believed LGBT people were a threat to Indonesia, while a 2013 Pew Research poll found 93% of Indonesians thought homosexuality was “morally unacceptable.” However despite many citizens’ deeply-held Islamic beliefs, not everyone is in favor of the complete criminalization of homosexuality. Jakarta resident, Viana, told CNN that while her Muslim faith prohibited homosexuality she didn’t want LGBT people to be sent to jail. “I don’t want homosexuality to spread (but) I think it should not be criminalized. Rather people should get better religious education,” she said. More than 70,000 people have signed a petition, started by women’s rights activists, calling for lawmakers to throw out the new draft but experts say that secular politicians are unlikely to take up the cause. ‘Sissies’ In recent months Indonesian authorities have grown bolder in their attacks on the country’s LGBT population. Before dawn on January 28, police raided beauty salons in conservative Aceh province, dragging 12 transgender women out to the streets. The women were then shaved, taken into custody and forced to act as men. In a video taken shortly after the raid, North Aceh Police Chief Ahmad Untung Surianata speaks to a crowd that gathered to watch the arrests, describing the group of women as part of a “disease.”  ‘Never seen anything like this’: Inside Indonesia’s LGBT crackdown “This “disease” is contagious and growing … It is inhumane if I let the number of sissies increase in this area,” he tells the crowd. Speaking to CNN days after the incident, Surianata insisted it had not been an anti-LGBT operation but instead a drug raid to investigate reports of crystal meth being circulated in the area. Jakarta-based activist Kate Walton said the violence shocked and horrified Indonesia’s already nervous LGBT community. “One concerning element was that the police chief said he had the right to do this because he had consulted with Islamic leaders beforehand,” she said. “So people are starting to ask — who is really in charge in Aceh? The government or the religious leaders?” The rise of powerful Islamic conservatives in Indonesia, mostly unopposed by senior politicians, has emboldened authorities with a low opinion of LGBT people to act against them.  An Indonesian man, one of two to be publicly caned for having homosexual sex, is punished in Banda Aceh on May 23, 2017. Hundreds of Indonesian men have been arrested by police in raids on gay saunas and private events across Java, ostensibly for breaking pornography laws, while local media reported more than a dozen LGBT apps have been made unavailable inside the country at the government’s request. UN Human Rights head Zeid said he found the recent “extremist views” playing out across Indonesia “deeply worrying,” during his visit in February. “Accompanied as they are by rising levels of incitement to discrimination, hatred or violence in various parts of the country, including Aceh,” he said. “Islamophobia is wrong. Discrimination on the basis of religious beliefs and color is wrong. Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or any other status is wrong,” he said.  Police: 141 men detained during sex party raid 00:49 ‘We should fight together’ It’s no coincidence the brutal crackdown on LGBT Indonesians and the showdown over the criminal code comes just before a series of national elections, set to take place over the next 14 months. Indonesia’s ‘archaic’ penal code Lawmakers in Indonesia have been trying to agree on a new version of their criminal code for years — to replace the system of laws first put in place by Dutch colonists. “Imagine running any modern country with a code which was written in the 1880s. It’s not going to work,” Tim Lindsey, director of the Center for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society at the University of Melbourne, told CNN. He says the outdated code imposes inappropriate penalties which are no longer used because they’re archaic or fines that are ridiculously low. So far attempts to bring together Indonesia’s fractious national parliament to fix the code of laws have been unsuccessful. “There hasn’t been consensus on a range of difficult issues from the death penalty, to religion and blasphemy, to defamation,” he said. The National Alliance on Reform of the Indonesian Criminal Code (Reformasi KUHP) was formed in 2005 to address this very issue, but even they have come out against the current draft of the new code. The organization said it was concerned the new criminal code could negatively affect Indonesia’s democracy and freedom of expression, while harming the country’s “vulnerable groups.” Local elections for governors and mayors across Indonesia’s dozens of provinces are due to take place in June 2018, while Indonesian President Joko Widodo faces a battle for re-election in April 2019. Indonesian politicians are scared to oppose conservative Muslim groups after they were instrumental in the toppling and imprisonment of once-popular Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, also known as Ahok, in May 2017, Human Rights Watch researcher Andreas Harsono said. “Many Islamist leaders are going to put pressure on every politician (to pass the criminal code) … Many politicians in a conservative country like Indonesia will think twice before standing up for an LGBT individual,” he said. It isn’t unusual for harsh rhetoric against minorities such as LGBT Indonesians to be used prior to an election to gain votes, but unlike in previous political cycles, experts believe the current hostile environment could be here to stay. There is no confirmed date for when the final vote on the criminal code will come, or what form the final legislation might take. A vote was postponed in mid-February and activists say it could take place in April, when the next plenary session in Indonesia’s parliament is scheduled.


community in Banda Aceh on Decmber 27, 2017. Fear and horror among Indonesia's LGBT community as gay sex ban looms By Ben Westcott, CNN Updated 0328 GMT (1128 HKT) February 26, 2018 (CNN)When Ael left home to go to school in Jakarta, his parents warned him to be careful in the big city. "Be a … Continue reading community Fear in Banda Aceh on Decmber 27, 2017. Fear and horror among Indonesia’s LGBT community as gay sex ban looms By Ben Westcott, CNN UPDATED February 26, 2018 (CNN) When Ael left home to go to school in Jakarta, his parents warned him to be careful in the big city. “Be a kind person,” his mother told him. He worked hard and found a good job as a teacher in the sprawling Indonesian capital, but seven years later the 23-year-old is fearful for his future as a young gay man in a country which increasingly views homosexuality as a sin and, potentially soon, a crime. “Many people don’t like us … they don’t like us being more visible, so they are preparing laws that can criminalize us,” Ael, who asked for his surname to not be used, told CNN. Within weeks, lawmakers could voteon a new law that looks set to criminalize sex outside of marriage and homosexual sex in Indonesia, as part of wide-reaching changes to the country’s criminal code. “If the penal code is approved, I don’t know our future in Indonesia,” Ael said. It is just the latest move in a widespread crackdown on Indonesia’s gay and lesbian community since 2015, which has shocked and horrified the country’s LGBT population. Indonesia is the world’s largest Muslim-majority country, home to hundreds of millions of followers of the Islamic faith, but until recently it was relatively tolerant, if not exactly accepting, of its LGBT population. But in the last decade a conservative strain of Islam, quietly tolerated by presidents past and present, has gained sway, with conservative Muslim leaders and groups intimidating lawmakers, holding mass rallies in Jakarta and targeting prominent Christian and LGBT minorities. “(Recently) when LGBT Indonesians open our social media, quickly we find there are lots of people speaking hatefully about us,” Ael said. “As a gay person and a young person in Indonesia this issue has actually become dangerous for us.” The local LGBT community isn’t alone in worrying about the developments. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said at a press conference in Jakarta on February 7he was “greatly concerned” about the proposed revisions of the penal code. He said the proposed amendments were “discriminatory” and appeared to be planned for “cynical political purposes.”  Muslim protesters pray as they burn an effigy during an anti-LGBT rally in Banda Aceh, Friday, February 2. ‘Indonesian values and culture’ In one of the latest drafts of the bill seen by CNN, committing an “obscene act” with someone of the same gender is punishable by a fine and up to 18 months in jail, if the act is public. It doesn’t detail what could constitute an obscene act. If the acts are “publicized in the form of pornography,” the sentence could be up to nine years. Activists had breathed a sigh of relief in December 2017, when Indonesia’s Constitutional Court narrowly voted down a call for the criminalization of LGBT relations brought by a group of conservative Muslims. But the court’s decision now appears to have only been a temporary reprieve. Indonesia’s LGBT crackdown JANUARY 2016 Indonesian politicians and ministers begin making public comments attacking LGBT people FEBRUARY 2016 Defense Minister says LGBT rights are more dangerous than “nuclear war” FEBRUARY 2017 Mental Health Director at Ministry of Health says LGBT people have “psychiatric disorders” APRIL 2017 Jakarta governor Ahok loses election to Muslim opponent, amid mass protests by religious conservatives MAY 2017 141 men arrested at alleged sex party in Jakarta under pornography laws MAY 2017 Two young gay men caned 83 times in Aceh for homosexual sex DECEMBER 2017 Indonesia’s Constitutional Court narrowly rejects application by Muslim group to criminalize same-sex relations JANUARY 2018 Twelve Indonesian transgender women shaved, stripped in raidon salons in Aceh Sources: CNN, Human Rights Watch, Tempo No date has been set for the vote on the new criminal code, but a conservative lawmaker told CNN strict new restrictions against same sex-relations and extramarital sex will be included, no matter what. “Basically all factions in the Parliament agree on the expansion of extra-marital sex articles and the inclusion of certain deviating acts of LGBT,” said Arsul Sani, a politician with the conservative Islamic United Development Party (PPP). Sani, who has a seat on the influential law and human rights panel that will approve the draft criminal code, said criminalizing sex outside marriage and same-sex relations will bring Indonesia’s outdated criminal code in line with the rest of the country’s “religious values.” “Those who oppose (the law) base their perspectives on Western cultures and values, whilst we propose this new criminal code upon Indonesian indigenous values and culture,” he said. While many conservative Islamic Indonesian politicians would like same-sex relations to be banned entirely, the existence of large, secular majority parties could lead to the compromise of seeing it only outlawed “in public.” Sani’s fellow panel member Ichsan Soelistio, lawmaker with the secular Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP), said while it was true there was majority support for the new criminal code, full criminalization of same-sex relations is out of the question. “We (will) still protect their private lives, including their sex life, as long as they don’t do it in a public area,” he told CNN. Soelistio said the law couldn’t reach into people’s private lives if there was no complaints from the parties involved. “This will go to a vote maybe around one or two months after our recess, which ends on March 4 … I believe (the new code) will be good for Indonesia,” he said. Despite its widely held Muslim beliefs, Indonesia’s population didn’t always openly discriminate against LGBT people. “Indonesia has a long history of tolerance towards queer communities. It’s always been described as one of the most tolerant countries in Southeast Asia to its queer population,” Tim Lindsey, director of the Center for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society at the University of Melbourne, told CNN. But a recent poll by Saiful Mujani Research and Consulting released in January found 87.6% of Indonesians believed LGBT people were a threat to Indonesia, while a 2013 Pew Research poll found 93% of Indonesians thought homosexuality was “morally unacceptable.” However despite many citizens’ deeply-held Islamic beliefs, not everyone is in favor of the complete criminalization of homosexuality. Jakarta resident, Viana, told CNN that while her Muslim faith prohibited homosexuality she didn’t want LGBT people to be sent to jail. “I don’t want homosexuality to spread (but) I think it should not be criminalized. Rather people should get better religious education,” she said. More than 70,000 people have signed a petition, started by women’s rights activists, calling for lawmakers to throw out the new draft but experts say that secular politicians are unlikely to take up the cause. ‘Sissies’ In recent months Indonesian authorities have grown bolder in their attacks on the country’s LGBT population. Before dawn on January 28, police raided beauty salons in conservative Aceh province, dragging 12 transgender women out to the streets. The women were then shaved, taken into custody and forced to act as men. In a video taken shortly after the raid, North Aceh Police Chief Ahmad Untung Surianata speaks to a crowd that gathered to watch the arrests, describing the group of women as part of a “disease.”  ‘Never seen anything like this’: Inside Indonesia’s LGBT crackdown “This “disease” is contagious and growing … It is inhumane if I let the number of sissies increase in this area,” he tells the crowd. Speaking to CNN days after the incident, Surianata insisted it had not been an anti-LGBT operation but instead a drug raid to investigate reports of crystal meth being circulated in the area. Jakarta-based activist Kate Walton said the violence shocked and horrified Indonesia’s already nervous LGBT community. “One concerning element was that the police chief said he had the right to do this because he had consulted with Islamic leaders beforehand,” she said. “So people are starting to ask — who is really in charge in Aceh? The government or the religious leaders?” The rise of powerful Islamic conservatives in Indonesia, mostly unopposed by senior politicians, has emboldened authorities with a low opinion of LGBT people to act against them.  An Indonesian man, one of two to be publicly caned for having homosexual sex, is punished in Banda Aceh on May 23, 2017. Hundreds of Indonesian men have been arrested by police in raids on gay saunas and private events across Java, ostensibly for breaking pornography laws, while local media reported more than a dozen LGBT apps have been made unavailable inside the country at the government’s request. UN Human Rights head Zeid said he found the recent “extremist views” playing out across Indonesia “deeply worrying,” during his visit in February. “Accompanied as they are by rising levels of incitement to discrimination, hatred or violence in various parts of the country, including Aceh,” he said. “Islamophobia is wrong. Discrimination on the basis of religious beliefs and color is wrong. Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or any other status is wrong,” he said.  Police: 141 men detained during sex party raid 00:49 ‘We should fight together’ It’s no coincidence the brutal crackdown on LGBT Indonesians and the showdown over the criminal code comes just before a series of national elections, set to take place over the next 14 months. Indonesia’s ‘archaic’ penal code Lawmakers in Indonesia have been trying to agree on a new version of their criminal code for years — to replace the system of laws first put in place by Dutch colonists. “Imagine running any modern country with a code which was written in the 1880s. It’s not going to work,” Tim Lindsey, director of the Center for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society at the University of Melbourne, told CNN. He says the outdated code imposes inappropriate penalties which are no longer used because they’re archaic or fines that are ridiculously low. So far attempts to bring together Indonesia’s fractious national parliament to fix the code of laws have been unsuccessful. “There hasn’t been consensus on a range of difficult issues from the death penalty, to religion and blasphemy, to defamation,” he said. The National Alliance on Reform of the Indonesian Criminal Code (Reformasi KUHP) was formed in 2005 to address this very issue, but even they have come out against the current draft of the new code. The organization said it was concerned the new criminal code could negatively affect Indonesia’s democracy and freedom of expression, while harming the country’s “vulnerable groups.” Local elections for governors and mayors across Indonesia’s dozens of provinces are due to take place in June 2018, while Indonesian President Joko Widodo faces a battle for re-election in April 2019. Indonesian politicians are scared to oppose conservative Muslim groups after they were instrumental in the toppling and imprisonment of once-popular Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, also known as Ahok, in May 2017, Human Rights Watch researcher Andreas Harsono said. “Many Islamist leaders are going to put pressure on every politician (to pass the criminal code) … Many politicians in a conservative country like Indonesia will think twice before standing up for an LGBT individual,” he said. It isn’t unusual for harsh rhetoric against minorities such as LGBT Indonesians to be used prior to an election to gain votes, but unlike in previous political cycles, experts believe the current hostile environment could be here to stay. There is no confirmed date for when the final vote on the criminal code will come, or what form the final legislation might take. A vote was postponed in mid-February and activists say it could take place in April, when the next plenary session in Indonesia’s parliament is scheduled.

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A young man was getting ready to graduate from college. For many months he had admired a beautiful sports car in a dealers showroom, and knowing his father could well afford it, he told him that was all he wanted. As Graduation Day approached, the young man awaited signs that his father had purchased the … Continue reading TRUE LIFE STORY

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PONOGRAPHY VIEWERS ARE GOING DIRECT TO HELLFIRE IF THEY REFUSE TO REPENT;


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THE SOURCE OF MY DEPLORABLE MOOD TONIGHT ;’I told my daughter, don’t leave’: Filipina’s body arrives home By Alexandra Field, CNN


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Most of these people do not live in the United States, and you can bet your bottom dollar that Russia won't be extraditing them any time soon. But that's not the point. The point is this: The indictments of a baker's dozen of Russians gives us a very clear window into not only the depth … Continue reading Robert Mueller just made it impossible for Trump to call the special counsel probe a ‘total hoax’ Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN

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WILD THINGS HAPPENING; SOCIAL media paints picture of racist ‘professional school shooter’


(CNN)On social media, Nikolas Cruz did not appear to be a peaceful man. He made quite clear his desire to perpetrate the exact type of violence of which he now stands accused. Before he allegedly committed one of the worst mass shootings in US history at a Parkland, Florida, high school on Wednesday, police officials … Continue reading WILD THINGS HAPPENING; SOCIAL media paints picture of racist ‘professional school shooter’

BITCOIN AND THE BILLION COIN (TBC) https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/


Bitcoin Address; A Bitcoin address is similar to a physical address or an email. It is the only information you need to provide for someone to pay you with Bitcoin. An important difference, however, is that each address should only be used for a single transaction. Bit Bit is a common unit used to designate … Continue reading BITCOIN AND THE BILLION COIN (TBC) https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/

WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW AND SEE THE NEED TO HAVE TBC (THE BILLION COIN)


TO END GLOBAL POVERTY WITH THE BILLION COIN (TBC) ...WE ARE HAPPY MEN AND WOMEN. WATCH THIS VIDEO BELOW TO KNOW WHAT TBC IS ALL ABOUT "What is TBC and why should you invest in it?: https://youtu.be/u12XOe04_8Y" Register here to get your 25000 KRINGLES for free http://kringle.cash/?link=ogaziecoinz and create your wallet For more information about … Continue reading WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW AND SEE THE NEED TO HAVE TBC (THE BILLION COIN)

President Zuma, you will not be missed By Kevin Bloom


(CNN) In March 2009, less than two months before Jacob Zuma assumed office as the fourth President of post-apartheid South Africa, the Dalai Lama's visa application to enter the country was denied. The Tibetan spiritual leader had been scheduled to attend a peace conference in Johannesburg, on the invitation of fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureates … Continue reading President Zuma, you will not be missed By Kevin Bloom

Suspect’s digital life ‘very, very disturbing’


Suspect's digital life 'very, very disturbing' (CNN)Nikolas Cruz, described as a loner by a former classmate, had once been expelled from a Parkland, Florida, high school for disciplinary reasons. On Wednesday, the 19-year-old former student returned to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and is suspected of gunning down at least 17 people, in a massacre … Continue reading Suspect’s digital life ‘very, very disturbing’

I WAS TOUCHED IN THE SPIRIT WHEN I HEARD THIS! https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/


I WAS TOUCHED IN THE SPIRIT WHEN I HEARD THIS... One of our pastors was preaching yesterday evening, and he said: 3 weeks ago, while he was doing morning prayer a man came out of his house listening and responding amen to his prayers... After he finished preaching, the man came to him and said … Continue reading I WAS TOUCHED IN THE SPIRIT WHEN I HEARD THIS! https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/

INTERESTING!!! VAL. CUM ASH WEDNESDAY; YOUR LOCUS STANDI. @ IYKE OGBUEHI


VAL. CUM ASH WEDNESDAY; YOUR LOCUS STANDI. @ IYKE OGBUEHI I have chosen to write to you with the two events that mark today. Viz: (Valentine's day alias Lovers' day and Ash Wednesday). The two encounter "universal observation" with the later having more contracted outlook than the former. The reason is not farfetched just that … Continue reading INTERESTING!!! VAL. CUM ASH WEDNESDAY; YOUR LOCUS STANDI. @ IYKE OGBUEHI

What these states learned about wooing companies with big tax breaks By Lydia DePillis February


What these states learned about wooing companies with big tax breaks By Lydia DePillis As Amazon nears a decision on the location for its second headquarters, it's weighing a number of factors about each city: access to transit systems, the size and makeup of the local workforce, available real estate ... and tax breaks. Among … Continue reading What these states learned about wooing companies with big tax breaks By Lydia DePillis February

After #MeToo, what men need to know about working with women By Kelly Wallace February 13,


After #MeToo, what men need to know about working with women By Kelly Wallace February 13, 2018: 8:06 AM ET More than three years ago, Joanne Lipman was on a plane enjoying a lovely conversation with a male executive she had just met. But the moment she mentioned her destination was a women's conference everything … Continue reading After #MeToo, what men need to know about working with women By Kelly Wallace February 13,

BEWARE OF THIS CELEBRATION CALLED VALENTINE ( part 2) By Prince Sopuru Obi Text: Mark 4:19, John 3:16.


BEWARE OF THIS CELEBRATION CALLED VALENTINE ( part 2) By Prince Sopuru Obi Text: Mark 4:19, John 3:16. By God's grace, this series stated yesterday, here comes the second segment. This message is to warn all Christians and heavenly bound citizens to stay off from Valentine, because anything that is not biblical cannot be praticed … Continue reading BEWARE OF THIS CELEBRATION CALLED VALENTINE ( part 2) By Prince Sopuru Obi Text: Mark 4:19, John 3:16.

North Korean figure skaters revel in starring role on Olympic ice By James Griffiths and Euan McKirdy, CNN


North Korean figure skaters revel in starring role on Olympic ice By James Griffiths and Euan McKirdy, CNN Skating to "A Day in the Life" by The Beatles, North Korea's figure skaters received huge cheers as they took to the ice at the Gangneung Ice Arena at the Winter Olympics in South Korea. Ryom Tae … Continue reading North Korean figure skaters revel in starring role on Olympic ice By James Griffiths and Euan McKirdy, CNN

BEWARE OF THIS CELEBRATION CALLED “VALENTINE” (part 1) By Prince Sopuru Obi


BEWARE OF THIS CELEBRATION CALLED "VALENTINE" (part 1) By Prince Sopuru Obi TEXT: Mark 4:19, John 3:16. #VALENTINE: is a "worldly love special day" set aside to show Earthly Love which was founded by men not by Jesus Christ reasons been that, it's a day that the highest Immorality i'e SEX is been committed, God … Continue reading BEWARE OF THIS CELEBRATION CALLED “VALENTINE” (part 1) By Prince Sopuru Obi

Trump’s lawyer paid $130,000 of own money to porn star By Sophie Tatum and Chris Cuomo, CNN


https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump's personal lawyer said Tuesday that he paid $130,000 of his own money to a porn star who allegedly had a sexual encounter with the President before his time in office. "In a private transaction in 2016, I used my own personal funds to facilitate a payment of $130,000 to Ms. … Continue reading Trump’s lawyer paid $130,000 of own money to porn star By Sophie Tatum and Chris Cuomo, CNN

Bill & Melinda Gates: Why we give our money away By Bill and Melinda Gates


Bill & Melinda Gates: Why we give our money away By Bill and Melinda Gates Updated 1938 GMT (0338 HKT) February 13, 2018 Bil and Melinda Gates: Keeping score of global goals 05:31 05:31 (CNN)"Is it fair that you have so much influence?" We've been asked that question more than a few times in the … Continue reading Bill & Melinda Gates: Why we give our money away By Bill and Melinda Gates

WONDERS SHALL NEVER END; Nigerian clerk: “I didn’t say snake swallowed $100,000” By Bukola Adebayo, CNN


Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Controversy is trailing the disappearance of $100,000 from the coffers of Nigeria's examination board. The exam board alleges that a clerk in Benue State has blamed a snake for swallowing the missing money. The battle to contain Africa's hidden killers Fabian Benjamin, spokesman of the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board, told CNN that … Continue reading WONDERS SHALL NEVER END; Nigerian clerk: “I didn’t say snake swallowed $100,000” By Bukola Adebayo, CNN

From CNN: Jacob Zuma recalled by South Africa’s ruling party


http://www.cnn.com/2018/02/13/africa/jacob-zuma-south-africa-recall-intl/index.html Jacob Zuma recalled by South Africa's ruling party By David McKenzie, Brent Swails and Angela Dewan, CNN Updated 1240 GMT (2040 HKT) February 13, 2018 Tutu: A voice for freedom Desmond Tutu celebrates 80th birthday Inside South Africa's notorius Pollsmoor prison South African police crackdown on gangs Change in South Africa 'will come from … Continue reading From CNN: Jacob Zuma recalled by South Africa’s ruling party

UPDATE; POLITICS OF HERDSMEN IN NIGERIA, A TREAT TO HER SOCIO-POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT


The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Prof. Sulyman Abdulkareem, has raised the alarm over the destruction of the institution’s multi-million naira research and training farms by cattle belonging to unidentified herdsmen. correspondent gathered on Monday that, following the development, the management of the institution held a security meeting with the leaders of 11 Fulani … Continue reading UPDATE; POLITICS OF HERDSMEN IN NIGERIA, A TREAT TO HER SOCIO-POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT

UPDATE; POLITICS OF HERDSMEN


The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Prof. Sulyman Abdulkareem, has raised the alarm over the destruction of the institution’s multi-million naira research and training farms by cattle belonging to unidentified herdsmen. correspondent gathered on Monday that, following the development, the management of the institution held a security meeting with the leaders of 11 Fulani … Continue reading UPDATE; POLITICS OF HERDSMEN

DANGEROUS EYE WORM DISCOVERED WORM in woman’s eye leads to unique discovery by Sandee LaMotte, CNN


'I looked at it, and it was moving': Worm in woman's eye leads to unique discovery by Sandee LaMotte, CNN Updated 2226 GMT (0626 HKT) February 12, 2018 Oregon resident Abby Beckley pulled this worm from her eye. Story highlights An Oregon woman discovered she had live worms in her eyeThe CDC says it is … Continue reading DANGEROUS EYE WORM DISCOVERED WORM in woman’s eye leads to unique discovery by Sandee LaMotte, CNN

YOU MAY BE INTERESTED; TRUMP ADMIN WANTS TO SLASH FUNDING FOR DIPLOMACY


YOU MAY BE INTERESTED; TRUMP ADMIN WANTS TO SLASH FUNDING FOR DIPLOMACY By Nicole Gaouette, CNN Updated 2356 GMT (0756 HKT) February 12, 2018 Trump's first year on the international stage 01:40 Washington (CNN)The Trump administration is proposing sharp cuts to the budget for international diplomacy and aid in 2019, in line with a determination … Continue reading YOU MAY BE INTERESTED; TRUMP ADMIN WANTS TO SLASH FUNDING FOR DIPLOMACY

HEAR THE CONCLUSION NOW; (BUT TBC THE BILLION COIN WILL DO BETTER) Cryptocurrency In 2018 – The Easy Guide


Buying Cryptocurrency In 2018 – The Easy Guide Bitcoin is dominating the financial world breaking records every month throughout 2017. There is no doubt that the buzz-word of everyone’s lips in 2017 was ‘Bitcoin’. With high expectations for 2018 as Bitcoin holds true to expert forecasts of $500,000 per coin by 2020, many people are … Continue reading HEAR THE CONCLUSION NOW; (BUT TBC THE BILLION COIN WILL DO BETTER) Cryptocurrency In 2018 – The Easy Guide

Oxfam’s deputy CEO resigns over sex crimes scandal By Joshua Berlinger, Hilary McGann and Angela Dewan, CNN


Earthquake survivors put up tents throughout the Haitian capital. Penny Lawrence is the first executive at the organization to quit after the scandal and allegations of a cover-up emerged last week. Oxfam announced the resignation after a meeting with UK government officials Monday, at which it had fought to keep millions of pounds in public … Continue reading Oxfam’s deputy CEO resigns over sex crimes scandal By Joshua Berlinger, Hilary McGann and Angela Dewan, CNN

TIMELY UPDATE; Weighs In On What The Latest Market Trend Means For Facebook By: John Allen


It probably comes as no surprise to you that Mark Zuckerberg is always paying attention to the latest market and technology trends. Recently Zuckerberg has acknowledged that "A lot of us got into technology because we believe it can be a decentralizing force that puts more power in people's hands." With all the government spying … Continue reading TIMELY UPDATE; Weighs In On What The Latest Market Trend Means For Facebook By: John Allen

Trump: Neither Israelis nor Palestinians looking to make peace By Jennifer Hansler, CNN


(CNN)US President Donald Trump declined to give a timeline for releasing the US plan for peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, telling an Israeli newspaper that he is not convinced that either party is committed to the process. "We are going to see what goes on," Trump told "Israel Hayom" in an interview released … Continue reading Trump: Neither Israelis nor Palestinians looking to make peace By Jennifer Hansler, CNN

North Korea’s Olympics delegation leaves thorny questions behind


North Korea's Olympics delegation leaves thorny questions behind... By Sheena McKenzie, CNN Updated 2155 GMT (0555 HKT) February 11, 2018 Anti-North Korea protests erupt in Seoul 01:20 01:20 (CNN)North Korea's delegation to the Winter Olympics returned to Pyongyang on Sunday, ending a three-day visit that amounted to a remarkable diplomatic breakthrough for the South Korean … Continue reading North Korea’s Olympics delegation leaves thorny questions behind

FIRST DEGREE CERTIFICATE IN GIRLFRIENDSHIP AND THE LABOR MARKET https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/


FIRST DEGREE CERTIFICATE IN GIRLFRIENDSHIP AND THE LABOR MARKET My girlfriend is very beautiful. I love her so much. I remember the first day I met her. That night I couldn't sleep owing to the love I found. Infact I am too much. Is it easy? Do you know how many guys that confronted her … Continue reading FIRST DEGREE CERTIFICATE IN GIRLFRIENDSHIP AND THE LABOR MARKET https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/

MATTERS ARISING; Is President Uhuru Kenyatta a Nigerian? EMMANUEL OKOGBA  11 FEB 2018 By Tonnie Iredia https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/


https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ 11 FEB 2018 By Tonnie Iredia In many parts of the world, the national agenda is usually set by the media. What people know and think about are usually those things which become issues of the moment because they are highlighted and emphasized by the media. But in most of Africa, the situation is … Continue reading MATTERS ARISING; Is President Uhuru Kenyatta a Nigerian? EMMANUEL OKOGBA  11 FEB 2018 By Tonnie Iredia https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/

BREAKING NEWS; Russia plane crashes with 71 people on board By Milena Veselinovic, CNN


https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ Russian passenger plane crashes outside Moscow 01:54 (CNN)A plane carrying 71 people crashed in the Moscow area Sunday, Russian state media news agency Tass reported. Those on board include 65 passengers and six crew members, the Russian news agency Interfax said. The plane, an Antonov-148 operated by Saratov Airlines, disappeared off the radar shortly … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS; Russia plane crashes with 71 people on board By Milena Veselinovic, CNN

Trump won’t release Democratic memo, sends back to committee By Jeremy Herb, CNN


https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ (Source =CNN) )President Donald Trump won't release the Democratic rebuttal to the Republican intelligence memo alleging FBI abuses of its surveillance authority at this time, and has sent it back to the House Intelligence Committee for changes. In a letter to the committee, White House counsel Donald McGahn said, "although the President is inclined … Continue reading Trump won’t release Democratic memo, sends back to committee By Jeremy Herb, CNN

Kim Jong Un invites South Korean President Moon to Pyongyang 10- Feb -2018


Pyeongchang, South Korea (CNN)The South Korean president has been invited to travel to North Korea, following a formal invitation from the country's leader Kim Jong Un, potentially setting up the first meeting of Korean leaders since 2007. The invite, presented to South Korean President Moon Jae-in by Kim's younger sister, Kim Yo Jong, was delivered … Continue reading Kim Jong Un invites South Korean President Moon to Pyongyang 10- Feb -2018

NIGERIA STILL STRUGGLING WITH DANA AIRLINE. (PASSENGERS PANIC AS AIRCRAFT’S EMERGENCY DOOR FALLS OFF CNN WEDNESDAY)


By Munachim Amah and Bukola Adebayo, CNN Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Alarmed passengers say they were terrified when one of the emergency exit doors fell off a plane as it landed in Nigeria's capital, Abuja. Passengers took to social media to document their experiences aboard the Dana Airlines aircraft Wednesday. Ola Orekunrin, a doctor from Lagos, tweeted … Continue reading NIGERIA STILL STRUGGLING WITH DANA AIRLINE. (PASSENGERS PANIC AS AIRCRAFT’S EMERGENCY DOOR FALLS OFF CNN WEDNESDAY)

NIGERIA STILL STRUGGLING WITH DANA AIRLINE; (Passengers panic as aircraft’s emergency door falls off ) CNN ON WEDNESDAY


By Munachim Amah and Bukola Adebayo, CNN Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Alarmed passengers say they were terrified when one of the emergency exit doors fell off a plane as it landed in Nigeria's capital, Abuja. Passengers took to social media to document their experiences aboard the Dana Airlines aircraft Wednesday. Ola Orekunrin, a doctor from Lagos, tweeted … Continue reading NIGERIA STILL STRUGGLING WITH DANA AIRLINE; (Passengers panic as aircraft’s emergency door falls off ) CNN ON WEDNESDAY

Breaking News; Israeli F-16 jet crashes after Syrian fire


Israeli F-16 jet crashes after Syrian fire By Andrew Carey and Nicole Chavez, CNN February 10, 2018... (CNN)An Israeli F-16 fighter jet crashed Saturday in northern Israel after coming under "massive anti-aircraft fire" from Syrian forces, according to the Israeli army. The incident was reported after an Israeli combat helicopter came in contact with an … Continue reading Breaking News; Israeli F-16 jet crashes after Syrian fire

BREAKING NEWS; HOW A HONG KONG MILLIONAIRE’S BRIBERY CASE EXPOSES CHINA’S CORRUPTION PROBLEM IN AFRICA https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/


https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ February 10, 2018 (CNN)It sounds like a Hollywood movie. A respected Hong Kong financial magnate allegedly plans a clandestine meeting with the president of Chad in the middle of the dusty Sahara Desert, and offers him a $2 million gift to secure oil rights for a Chinese conglomerate. In another scheme, Chi Ping Patrick … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS; HOW A HONG KONG MILLIONAIRE’S BRIBERY CASE EXPOSES CHINA’S CORRUPTION PROBLEM IN AFRICA https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/

CHINA’S UNWANTED BITCOIN MINERS MAY MOVE TO CANADA


CHINA'S UNWANTED BITCOIN MINERS MAY MOVE TO CANADA By Daniel Shane February 9, 2018: 2:31 AM ET https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ Once the global hub for all things bitcoin, China is now doing its best to drive the cryptocurrency out of its territory. After cracking down last year on exchanges where digital currencies are traded, the Chinese government … Continue reading CHINA’S UNWANTED BITCOIN MINERS MAY MOVE TO CANADA

US Congress passes spending bill to end brief shutdown


https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ President Donald Trump signed the bipartisan budget legislation, which keeps the government open through March 23. https://players.brightcove.net/665003303001/SkxwoPZV_default/index.html?videoId=5729940404001 A brief US government shutdown ended early on Friday after Congress passed a funding bill that will keep the government open through March 23.  https://securepubads.g.doubleclick.net/gampad/ads?iu=%2F5287%2Faje_amp_mobile&adk=84999231&sz=300x250%7C300x250%7C250x250&output=html&impl=ifr&scp=pos%3DATF&ifi=1&adf=345337067&nhd=1&adx=15&ady=886&oid=2&adsid=NT&jar=2018-02-09-19&gdfp_req=1&sfv=1-0-15&u_sd=1.5&is_amp=3&amp_v=1518049180919&d_imp=1&c=334310006983&dt=1518203364375&biw=320&bih=508&u_aw=320&u_ah=534&u_cd=32&u_w=320&u_h=534&u_tz=240&u_his=13&isw=320&ish=508&vis=1&scr_x=0&scr_y=0&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aljazeera.com%2Fnews%2F2018%2F02%2Fgovernment-shuts-time-year-180209061220906.html&top=www.google.ae&loc=https%3A%2F%2Fwww-aljazeera-com.cdn.ampproject.org%2Fv%2Fwww.aljazeera.com%2Famp%2Fnews%2F2018%2F02%2Fgovernment-shuts-time-year-180209061220906.html%3Famp_js_v%3D0.1%26usqp%3Dmq331AQECAEYAQ%253D%253D%23origin%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.google.ae%26cid%3D1%26prerenderSize%3D1%26visibilityState%3Dprerender%26paddingTop%3D54%26p2r%3D0%26horizontalScrolling%3D0%26csi%3D0%26viewerUrl%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.google.ae%252Famp%252Fwww.aljazeera.com%252Famp%252Fnews%252F2018%252F02%252Fgovernment-shuts-time-year-180209061220906.html%26history%3D1%26storage%3D1%26cap%3Dswipe%252CnavigateTo%252Cfragment%252CreplaceUrl%252Ccid&ref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.ae%2F&dtd=437&__amp_source_origin=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aljazeera.com President Donald Trump tweeted that he signed the legislation before the … Continue reading US Congress passes spending bill to end brief shutdown

Bloomberg


Oil Set for Worst Week in Year as Rout Inflames U.S. Supply Fear By Sharon Cho February 9, 2018, 4:29 AM GMT+4Updated on February 9, 2018, 11:28 AM GMT+4 Key technicals point to WTI crude futures extending declines U.S. crude production surged past 10 million barrels to record Oil headed toward its worst week in … Continue reading Bloomberg

BREAKING NEWS; Senate votes to reopen the government, sending budget deal to the House By Phil Mattingly and Tal Kopan, CNN Updated 0715 GMT (1515 HKT) February 9, 2018


CNN)In the early hours of Friday morning, the Senate approved a two-year budget deal that would re-open the federal government, sending the plan to the House of Representatives -- where it faces a tougher vote. The vote was 71-28. The federal government shuttered for the second time in less than a month overnight, as Kentucky … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS; Senate votes to reopen the government, sending budget deal to the House By Phil Mattingly and Tal Kopan, CNN Updated 0715 GMT (1515 HKT) February 9, 2018

CATHOLIC BISHOPS TO BUHARI: Glaring failures have depleted your goodwill with Nigerians


https://tpc.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-15/html/container.html President Muhammadu Buhari has been told by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria that the goodwill he enjoyed from Nigerians is being tarnished by his administration’s obvious failures. The Bishops stated this on Thursday when they paid the President a courtesy visit at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. According to them, before Buhari’s emergence as … Continue reading CATHOLIC BISHOPS TO BUHARI: Glaring failures have depleted your goodwill with Nigerians

CATHOLIC BISHOPS TO BUHARI: Glaring failures have depleted your goodwill with Nigerians


https://www.ripplesnigeria.com/catholic-bishops-buhari-glaring-failures-depleted-goodwill-nigerians/ https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ https://tpc.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-15/html/container.htmlhttps://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/https://ogaziestheory.wordpress.com/ President Muhammadu Buhari has been told by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria that the goodwill he enjoyed from Nigerians is being tarnished by his administration’s obvious failures. The Bishops stated this on Thursday when they paid the President a courtesy visit at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. According … Continue reading CATHOLIC BISHOPS TO BUHARI: Glaring failures have depleted your goodwill with Nigerians

Federal Universities Covering Up Corruption, Sexual Harassment —SERAP 


A new report by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has revealed how “most allegations of corruption in federal universities… have neither been thoroughly investigated nor punished.” The allegations unfair allocation of grades; contract inflation, truncation of staff’s salary on the pay roll; employment of unqualified staff; Senator Dino Melaye’s certificate scandal saga; examination malpractices; … Continue reading Federal Universities Covering Up Corruption, Sexual Harassment —SERAP 

Watch “CHOSEN TV” on YouTube


CHOSEN TV: https://youtu.be/uMPGRxn5vEM WHATEVER BE YOUR PROBLEM SIN, AFFLLICTON, SORROWS, POVERTY, SICKNESS, ACADEMIC PROBLEM, BARRENNESS, DEAF AND DUMB, BLIND, PARALIPSIS, STOKE, MOVING OBJECTS ETC DISAPPOINTMENTS, FAILURE, FRUSTRATION, LACK OF HUSBAND AND WIFE AND ALL MANNER OF PROBLEMS TODAY IS COUNSELLING AND DELIVERANCE SERVICE...WATCH IT ONLINE AND BE BLESSED (GOD OF CHOSEN ANSWERS PRAYERS) JESUS IS … Continue reading Watch “CHOSEN TV” on YouTube